When the Xiaomi Mi 5 launched in India back in April this year, it was available online only through the Chinese company's India online store Mi.com. But that's no longer the case, as major third-party retailers have now also started selling the handset.
Xiaomi's India subsidiary recently confirmed this in a tweet, revealing that the device is now also listed on Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, and TataCLIQ.
A quick look at Amazon India reveals that the phone carries a price tag of INR 24,999, which translates into around $375 at current exchange rates. Other retailers are also offering the Mi 5 at the same price.
Well when now I am having idea of Moto Z price that doesn't seem a good deal considering a small battery when One Plus 3 is selling at much lesser price.
Exactly my thoughts! I too was waiting for the phone to be available in India. But their gimmick Flash Sales and not providing variants to choose (Storage, Color) made me to stay away from them. Though it is available in Amazon, Flipkart with on...
i don't like the black frame around the screen it makes the phone looks cheap